Olympians Emma Moffatt and Brendan Sexton will spearhead a six-strong Australian team into triathlon’s “land of the unknown” when the ITU World Triathlon Series (WTS) kicks off in a new frontier in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates
With the Stroke & Stride being a series of eight events stretched over the whole summer, an athlete is required to manage their season so that their form is good for an extended period. Athletes are accustomed to building their season around peaking
Here comes Forrest Graperide #11 and the first thing event boss Pete Halligan makes clear is “there's no 1100km option”. The longest distance riders will take on is the 202km High 5 Magnum, two laps of the stunning scenic course that keeps sellout
The Barfoot & Thompson World Triathlon Auckland in late March has attracted star-studded fields, with the best triathletes in the world inking their names on the start list for the March 29 race on the Auckland waterfront.
After three years of developing, testing, building prototypes and working with experts, Christchurch based developers of the revolutionary stationary wind braked trainer the Revbox ERG, are turning to the internet to raise funds
The 27th annual Triple Peaks Challenge was raced in hot conditions in Hawkes Bay NZ on Saturday. With a slightly longer course of 47.8 km the event was never going to be easy, but the high temperature certainly added to the days challenge.
The ITU World Triathlon Series (WTS) will kick off this week, effectively launching the International Triathlon Union's competitive season. The 2015 year promises to be an exciting one, with 10 WTS and World Paratriathlon Events
Tom Hubbard backed up a sixth place finish in a strong field in the UCI 1.2 REV Classic race yesterday in Cambridge to win the opening round of the elite race of the Calder Stewart Cycling Series in Oxford near Christchurch today.